The Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), in Nassau, is a non-profit publicly funded facility that was built in 1952. It was previously named the Bahamas General Hospital, and was renamed in 1955 in honour of the visit HRH Princess Margaret to The Bahamas.
The PMH offers comprehensive healthcare, providing primary, secondary and tertiary services to the community. It is the premier referral centre in The Bahamas and has an excellent Neonatal Intensive Care facility, which incorporates a level one trauma centre. The Princess Margaret Hospital is an Academic / Teaching Hospital, and it is continuing to develop its’ capacity in this area. This endeavour is aided by the broad range of tertiary services and clinical programmes designed to serve the indiginous and visiting populations, and enhanced by staff who are recognised at the national level for their outstanding patient care.
Specialist services at the hospital are provided by fully qualified doctors and consultants who have either British, American or Canadian certification as well as post-graduate qualifications or an equivalent qualification from the University of the West Indies, so students can expect a good level of expertise.
Hospitals in The Bahamas have an overview of their services in a central website provided by The Public Hospitals Authority of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas
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